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. sales of ford's "f" series picked up. they had marched increases. and even the toyota tundra sought its march sales jumped 94%. -- saw it'ss march sales jumped 94%. here is a bloomberg business report. >> another sign of improvement in the labour market. home depot is adding jobs for the first time in four years. they are anticipating a rebound in sales. heather -- healthy demand for paint is one reason. the treasury department is made more than $10 billion in profits. it may end up losing money on the tarp program. stocks continued to climb higher yesterday. growth in the service industry was seen. the local bloomberg maryland and that also saw a gain. an aluminum giant will have thousands of dollars in charges. a report of next week. other carriers are charging 13% more for the travel season. the average round-trip fare jumped four rockets $71 from 4 rogers $15 years ago. -- $471 from $415 years ago. but hotel rates are still cheap this summer. wbal tv 11 news. >> millions of women suffer from migraines that can be brought on from a variety of triggers such as food, stress, lack of sl
. there are some new problems. >> toyota it is issuing another recall involving their suv. details coming up. what do you have a plant you want to trade for another plant? i will tell you about a community plan to swap. kraft we are tracking two new accidents out there. and >> a very good morning to you. it is 46 degrees downtown. a chilly start. we will warm up today with more sunshine. we are talking about a community plan to swap. it is basically a plant trade. maybe you want to trade up to something different. you have the opportunity here. it is taking place on roosevelt avenue. ellen gardner is here. what is the premise behind this? >> just so everyone can do a better job of getting a bigger variety of plants in the yard. >> and it is economical. >> bordering between yourselves. artering want -- borderin between yourselves. >> plants you can split. herbs. potted plants. >> so basically, anything that relates to gardening. these children are the helpers'. these young ladies will be helping out. saturday 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. let's take a look at the hd doppler. the slightest chance of a t
over the skies in europe, the volcano in iceland has other plans. >> toyota takes action after one of their suv's has concerns. >> get your crazy children's books ready. you cannot donate to a great cause. stay tuned. >> your morning commute is getting a little busier. we will >> a very good tuesday morning to you. it is at 52 degrees downtown. it is milder than yesterday. we have a brisk northwest wind. we are inside at the baltimore book bag. this is a wealth of resources for anyone who needs children's books. we are talking about may 1, i saturday from 9:00 until 2:00. it is books for kids day. >> we are asking people to come out to the parking lot and drop off any books they may have. we will bring them here and get them out to schools, teachers, families, and organizations throughout baltimore. >> this is the place to come. >> you could come through on wednesdays and thursdays from 3:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. >> you have a great volunteers. we have loyola university, the poetry club. they had a poetry reading the other night. they are up early. a great volunteer effort. all of t
just keep piling up for toyota as one of the nation's leading consumer watch dogs gives them a stamp of disapproval. details are coming up. >> but first, a devastating earthquake rocks a chinese mountainside, leaving hundreds dead in its wake. those stories and more when 11 news today returns. >> and the 10th annual victims fund run starts this weekend. we've got details for you live from patterson park. >> we're checking on a foggy morning commute, already had one accident. we'll let you know if we have progress to report there and check out any new problems. >> a very good morning to you. hope you're doing well on this wednesday. it is chilly outside this morning p. it's 43 degrees downtown. we are here in baltimore city at patterson park live this morning. on sacramento at 9:00, they're going to be kicking off the 10th annual victims fund, as in fun-d race. there's also a within-mile walk. we talk about victims, we talk about crime victims in baltimore city, and this is sponsored by the state's attorney. with the state's attorney office, we do have robin haskins. robin, again, wha
-degree murder for shooting the doctor. >> in this morning's consumer alert, toyota is keeping some of its popular incentive plans like interest-free leasing that were due to expire next week are having some success. last month their sales surged by 40%. now an executive says some of the programs will stick around. well, online auction house ebay is making changes to attract more customers. they have decided to rename its classified. there is a new design and stronger filters for fraud and they are also working to make it easier for mobile phone users, introducing two in i-phone apps. the maker of the blackberry device may take a hit in trading today. jane king has that story and more in the bloomberg business report. >> good morning. it seems that almost everybody out there has a smart phone device or a detroit or an iphone. it is that stiff competition that is taking its toll on research in motion. the maker of blackberry. it reported fourth quarter stheals missed analyst' estimates. the company hopes to boost overseas sales to make up for the loss in north america. apple will be selling
. >> in this morning's "consumer alert" media reports in japan say toyota is thinking of recalling the latest model of its lexus model. after there was a "don't buy" warning was issued from consumer reports because of the rollover issues. >> a local company sees its share price skyrocket. and the latest unemployment figures. 11 news reporter jane king has more on the bloomberg business report. >> good morning. closely-watched economic reports coming out in a few hours. first up, the weekly jobless claims. expect the labor adopt say claims for unemployment benefits dropped last week and industrial production probably accelerated last month meaning companies are encouraged by rising sales and are starting to invest in new equipment. moving on to the markets. big gains for stocks thanks to better than expected profits at intel and j.p. morgan chase and the maryland index closed higher for a fifth straight day largely thanks to maryland's dialysis corporation of america. on news a tennessee company has agreed to buy dialysis for $112 million in cash. meanwhile hot we're.com says baltimore hotel rates d
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